Nandimobile is a Technology Company founded in Ghana in June 2010 by 3 co founders, Anne Amuzu, Edward Amartey – Tagoe and Michael Kwame Dakwa. They founded the company after successfully completing the Mest program. Nandimobile received seed funding from the Meltwater Group located in San Francisco California. The company is currently located at 8 Boundary Road, Ogbojo, ARS round about 2 minutes drive from American House, Accra. Nandimobile has steadily grown over the years incubating at the Meltwater Incubator before moving to its current location. Nandimobile focuses on developing technologies for businesses to interact and manage their end-customers more efficiently. The company’s products and services have been rewarded by recognized institutions locally and internationally. David Selorm Worthmore is currently the CEO of Nandimobile, he runs the company with Selassie Caesar, who is the COO. They are both directors.


Nandimobile has developed lots of applications for diverse organizations and uses. Our main products however are Infoline an SMS based software that enables communication between businesses or organizations and their customers. Gripeline is also a customer service support system via SMS, created to enable organizations to communicate with their clients via SMS. There are other software applications that we are yet to bring to market.

Our current application, Keni is an electronic yellow pages application that aims to allow users to conveniently find services around them.

Portfolio and Achievements:

Nandimobile as a value added service provider has provided complete CRM solutions to a number of businesses across the nation. Nandimobile continues to serve more than 700 organisations.

Awards and Achievements:

  • Best Business Award – Launch Conference San Francisco (Feb 2011)
  • WSA Awards – eCommerce category winner(2013)
  • TopApps (2013) – SMS App of the year

Some reputable clients on Infoline:

ACCA Ghana, Pentecost Church Head Office, FC Group of Companies , British International School, Toyota Ghana, Newmont Ghana, Theovision International, United States Embassy (Ghana), Australian Trade Commission (Ghana), Rotaract Ghana,  Agape House New Testament Church